While the British developer has yet to announce a price, glancing over at its Steam page reveals that it costs a reasonable £6.99 on PC; and we can hope that Toxic will be feeling as generous when it releases the game via the Wii U’s eShop.
Speaking of Q.U.B.E. and its place in the Wii U market, Toxic Games’ Creative Director, Jonathan Savery, said the following:
“We are really looking to releasing on the console, we heard there aren’t many games on the console yet so being on there will be a great opportunity to reach the game out to as many people as possible. It’s exciting stuff.”